The day has finally arrived. For the next three days, Michaela from Love Letters To Old Hollywood and myself are paying tribute to a vastly underrated actor and an extremely handsome human being who is known the world over as Rock Hudson.
Bloggers, once you have finished your entries, please submit all blogathon posts below or send them to Michaela, and we’ll link them as soon as we can. Thank you. Here’s to you Rock on your birthday.
Silver Screenings kicks things off with a look at The Last Sunset ( 1961 )
The Story Enthusiast discovers the depths of Rock Hudson’s talent in The Tarnished Angels ( 1957 )
It Came From The Man Cave! plunges into disaster with Rock Hudson in Avalanche ( 1978 )
Caftan Woman pens a tribute to Rock Hudson in Has Anybody Seen My Gal? ( 1952 )
The Stop Button joins us with the Douglas Sirk and Rock Hudson classic, All That Heaven Allows ( 1955 )
For his first of three posts, Movie Rob reviews the 1967 film Tobruk.
Dubsism takes the blogathon to the skies with A Gathering of Eagles ( 1963 )
Taking Up Room shines the spotlight on Rock Hudson in his third and final film with Doris Day, Send Me No Flowers ( 1964 )
Mike’s Take On The Movies goes fishing with Rock Hudson in Man’s Favorite Sport ( 1964 )
Poppity Talks Classic Film joins us with a look at the 1968 film, Ice Station Zebra.
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society has arrived with Rock Hudson in Has Anybody Seen My Gal ( 1952 )
Real Weegie Midget Reviews visits Rock on television with a look at McMillan and Wife episode “Affair of the Heart”.
The Midnight Drive-In tells us about the time Rock Hudson co-starred with John Wayne in The Undefeated ( 1969 )
My co-host Michaela from Love Letters To Old Hollywood presents the underrated 1966 film, Blindfold.
The Flapper Dame talks about The Undefeated ( 1969 )